Tips For Teaching Your Kids To Eat Healthy

2020-06-16T01:38:59+00:00June 16th, 2020|Categories: Dental, Tips|Tags: , , , |

As a responsible parent, you want your kids to have the best things in life, and this includes healthy food. But getting your kids to eat healthy foods is not always a walk in the park, especially if they are picky eaters.  Thankfully, there are several practical strategies that parents can embrace and teach their children to adopt healthy eating behavior. These include: Connect Food with Feeling Good If you want to teach your kids about healthy eating habits, it is important to also draw a connection between healthy food and feeling good. For instance, when you’re feeding your kids fruits and vegetables, let them know that these foods are [...]

What Every Parent Needs To Know About Permanent Teeth

2019-11-10T00:11:06+00:00November 10th, 2019|Categories: Dental, Tips|Tags: , , , , , , |

Missing front teeth in kids is somewhat cute, more so if you're a parent. The two front teeth coming off is a huge milestone among kids, as it signifies the end of the milk teeth stage. After that comes one more round of teething before the child gets a mouthful of permanent teeth that will now (hopefully) last for a lifetime. If you're a first-time parent, or not well versed in matters permanent teeth, this blog post is here to help you out.   Various Types of Teeth  Basically, children start getting primary teeth, commonly known as baby teeth, from the age of 6 months. By the age of 2 [...]

The Importance of Orthodontics for Children

2019-01-17T08:26:35+00:00January 17th, 2019|Categories: Orthodontics|Tags: , , , , |

Braces are important for straightening teeth and can give children, teens, and adults a straight and beautiful smile. While that is important, there are also many other reasons why orthodontics can be helpful, especially for children. Braces can be good for oral health and are important when it comes to aligning the teeth and jaw and preventing other problems (tooth decay, problems chewing) that could prove tougher to deal with later and could cause long term issues. Signs That A Child Requires Orthodontic Treatment While some children may benefit from braces, others may find that they don't need them. Regularly going to the dentist will help determine if orthodontic treatment [...]